Hand & Soul

Portland's Letra Chueca Brings Printmaking Back to the People

The local press, which aims to "decolonize" print media, makes greeting cards and posters with a strong political bent.

12/28/2017 By Emilly Prado

Sustainability

This Portland Start-Up Makes a More Sustainable Port-a-Potty

Nature Commode: flush with success.

12/28/2017 By Ramona DeNies

PDX Index

2018! Power Ranking the Year Ahead

Buckle up.

12/28/2017 By Marty Patail

Science

Is OHSU Ushering in the Era of Designer Babies?

No. But we’re closer than we think.

12/28/2017 By Margaret Seiler

Editor's Note

Editor's Note: I Almost Followed in the Skate Tracks of Tonya Harding

The champ, the mall, and me.

12/28/2017 By Margaret Seiler

Top Docs

Portland's Top Doctors 2018

Here are the city's best doctors, physician assistants, and complementary medicine providers, according to their peers.

12/28/2017 By Ramona DeNies

The Vegans Are Coming

Salt & Straw Debuts All-Vegan Ice Cream Menu This January

Happy dairy-free new year to all!

12/28/2017 By Kelly Clarke

PoMo Picks

Top Things to Do This Weekend: Dec 28–Jan 31

It's the last weekend of 2017. Pressure's on.

12/27/2017 By Rebecca Jacobson, Eleanor Van Buren, and Hannah Bonnie

Year in Review

Portland's 10 Biggest Restaurant Openings and Closings of 2017

We take stock of the whirlwind year in food.

12/27/2017 By Eat Beat Team

Trends of an Edible Nature

Office Taste Test: The Cookie Dough Cafe

“I was hoping it would be better.”

12/27/2017 By Kelly Clarke

Travel Journal

Here Are the 10 Best Trips We Took in 2017

From high desert landscapes to high design in Honolulu, this past year of travel stole our hearts.

12/22/2017 By Ramona DeNies

Politics

In 2017, Portland Politics Was All About the #Resistance

Pink hats marched. Our senators stepped up. Progressive reform took shape in the heart of the solid-blue West Coast. Will it make a difference? We'll keep you in suspense.

12/22/2017 By Zach Dundas

Holiday Survival Mode

Where to Take Out-of-Towners over the Holidays

We've got insider's guides to three of Portland's most show-offable neighborhoods.

12/21/2017 By Kelly Clarke

New Year's Eve

7 Ways to Ring In the New Year (That Don’t Involve Sleeping through It)

Get ready to shoo out 2017 for good and stuff your face/dance your head off/drown your sorrows while you’re at it.

12/21/2017 By Hannah Bonnie

Hotel News

Portland's New Grove Hotel Is Now Owned by a London Developer

Bob Naito's ambitious hospitality project looked ready to open. Then a sudden ownership flip delayed the launch—and signaled that big money is now betting on still-seedy Old Town.

12/20/2017 By Eleanor Van Buren

PoMo Picks

Top Things to Do This Weekend: Dec 21–24

Ian Karmel plays a hometown show, Banana Stand Media celebrates its 10th anniversary, and Imago mashes up theater and dance. Oh, and Christmas stuff. Lots of Christmas stuff.

12/20/2017 By Rebecca Jacobson, Hannah Bonnie, Eleanor Van Buren, and Kayla Brock

Power Ranking

How Does I, Tonya Rank against Other Figure Skating Films?

With the Tonya Harding biopic now in theaters, we take a hard look at nearly a century's worth of skating movies.

12/20/2017 By Margaret Seiler

Pet Health

This Mobile Vet Clinic Will Serve Portland-Area Pets in Need

Starting in 2018, Pongo One will provide critical medical care to pets owned by vulnerable populations throughout Oregon and Southwest Washington.

12/20/2017 By Anya Rehon

Profile

Tonya Harding Is Back—on the Ice, and on the Silver Screen

With I, Tonya hitting theaters as an unlikely shot at redemption, we spent a day with the champ. She landed some doubles, talked motherhood, and jump-started a Hyundai.

12/20/2017 By Margaret Seiler Photography by Holly Andres

Holiday Survival Mode

3 Ways to Not Cook This Week

Hosting for the holidays is hard enough. Give yourself the gift of not cooking with pasta and sparklers, DIY soup kits, and chili cookouts.

12/20/2017 By Kelly Clarke